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During one of Julia and Winston's conversations about actually finding and keeping evidence of what has happened, Julia says,

…I'm quite ready to take risks, but only for something worth while, not for bits of old newspaper. What could you have done with it even if you had kept it?

What is the irony within Julia's statement?


Julia is a rebel without a cause who only likes to disobey the Party's rules because it gives her a since of superiority.


Julia thinks that Winston is unwise to take such a risk in keeping evidence that is petty and unusable in bringing down the Party.


Julia views her breaking rules to be with Winston as a worthy cause but doesn't see Winston keeping evidence of the past that proves the Party to be falsifying information a worthy cause.


Both Choices 'A' and 'C'


Both Choices 'B' and 'C'

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